The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Latin American and Caribbean Literature attracts jointly entries on all points of literature together with authors, critics, significant works, magazines, genres, colleges and hobbies in those areas from the start of the 20 th century to the current day. With greater than two hundred entries written by means of a staff of overseas members this reference covers the preferred to the esoteric, together with entries on: Delmira Agustini; best-sellers; Norge Espinosa; historic novel; modernism; Leonardo Padura; poetry; Juan Rulfo; Juan Pablo Sutherland; and translation. The publication will be a useful reference source for these learning Latin American and/or Caribbean literature in addition to being of curiosity to these following Spanish or Portuguese language classes.
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2 Acosta, Agustı´n Further reading Achugar, Hugo (1985) Poesı´a y sociedad: Uruguay, 1880–1911, Montevideo: Arca. —— (1996) Narrativa vanguardista hispanoamericana, Mexico City: Coordinacio´n de Difusio´n Cultural, Direccio´n de Literatura and UNAM. —— (2000) Uruguay: Imaginarios culturales, Pittsburgh: IILI. MAGDALENA GARCI´ A PINTO published two books of poetry: Todas las voces, mujer . . (All the Voices, Woman . . ) (1986) and La cruz del colibrı´ (Hummingbird’s Cross) (1993). Several of her works have received literary awards, including Pilares de Asuncio´n (Pillars of Asuncio´n) (1987) and the short story ‘La fiesta en la mar’ (The Party at Sea).
1999) Poesı´as completas, ed. A. Caceres, Montevideo: Ediciones de la Plaza. Alvar, M. A. I. Abreu (eds), Latin American Writers, New York: Scribners, 2, 649–54. Escaja, T. ) (2000) Delmira Agustini y el Modernismo: Nuevas propuestas de ge´nero, Rosario: Beatriz Viterbo. —— (2001) Salome´ decapitada. Delmira Agustini y la este´tica finisecular de la fragmentacio´n. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. Molloy, S. (1985) ‘Dos lecturas del cisne: Rube´n Darı´o y Delmira Agustini’, in Patricia Gonza´lez and E.
Trudy Balch and M. Garcı´a Pinto, Austin: University of Texas Press, 23–42. Guerra Cunningham, L. ) (1990) Splintering b. 1923, British Guiana Lexicographer and writer In 1996, Oxford University Press published Allsopp’s Dictionary of Caribbean English Usage, a monumental work involving research in eighteen Caribbean territories from Guyana through the Bahamas and Belize. It was the culmination of a 12 Alone long and distinguished career in Caribbean lexicography. Allsopp earned his PhD at the University of London in 1962, and lectured for many years at the University of the West Indies’ Barbados campus.
Encyclopedia of Latin American and Caribbean Literature 1900-2003